The scene on TV changed to a map of Europe. The weather man with slicked-back wavy graying hair, round glasses, and a plaid brown suit gazed earnestly into the camera, into the audiences' eyes, and stated, "There once was a time, long ago, when we would call this spring."
Viewers around the country absent mindedly listened to his practiced speech for a few minutes. The weather forecast on the 8 o'clock evening news was always more like a history lesson than a report on the so called "weather." With the ongoing threat of global warming and global dimming, a group of geniuses found a way to totally eliminate weather changes forty-eight years ago. Since then, the progression of seasons has scarcely been noticeable anymore, and every day is rather pleasant. Not too hot or cold. To say that there is no weather would be wrong too. There are regulated rainy days so that crops may grow, and charming bright sunny days for special occasions like national holidays. It is difficult